Surge expected in insect population due to mild winter

Due to the mild winter and early spring, bug populations in the Garden State this year are expected to be bigger than ever.Cold temperatures in

WALL TOWNSHIP - Due to the mild winter and early spring, bug populations in the Garden State this year are expected to be bigger than ever.

Cold temperatures in the winter typically cut off reproduction cycles. Specifically, experts say stink bugs, termites, ants, and mosquitoes will be a problem.

Residents tell News 12 New Jersey that they're dreading the buggy conditions, especially disease-carrying bugs like mosquitoes.

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